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AVR313: Interfacing the PCAT Keyboard 

Updated: Feb 24, 2005


Most microcontrollers requires some kind of human interface. This application note describes one way of doing this using a standard PC AT Keyboard. Only two I/O pins of the AVR microcontroller are used and no extra hardware is required. A complete example in C is given, implementing a keyboard to serial converter.


  • Appnote : I/O Applications
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  • application/pdf AVR313 [91.93 KB] (Jun 25, 2004)
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